September 3, 2008

2008 Great Americal Seafood Winning Recipe

Do you realized that when a bunch of people get together or when there's an occasion to celebrate, they are sure to celebrate it with food? It's indeed very true that good food bond people together. For many, good food involves fresh and great tasting seafood, sort of like those you get straight out from the sea. But unless you're a fisherman, nothing really comes out straight from the sea, so the best option is to buy your local seafood, not those packed frozen seafood shipped to you half way around the globe. If you're a seafood lover, you sure know the freshest seafood is what you can get domestically.

Check out this 2008 Great American Seafood Cook-off Winning Recipe by
Chef John Currence. This local dish from Missisipi- Redfish Courtboullion with Seafood Dirty Rice might look very simple to cook, but it is prepared with over 20 ingredients!

Like I said, this is the award winning recipe, you bet it is super delicious, I wish I got the time to prepare this scrumptious meal for my family. With food like this, you really need to put in effort in preparing it and also in cooking it, else it might not turn out delicious.

I personally love this Redfish Courtboullion with Seafood Dirty Rice, but perhaps prawn lovers like you would prefer the Texas Gulf Shrimp by Chef Mark Holley. You might want to check out great five finalist of the Great American Great seafood cook off to vote for your favorite recipe. You can even stand a chance to win a trip to New Orleans. All you got to do is go to and cast your vote, it's that simple!

Sponsored by Lousiana Seafood


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